M8 Multi Clipboard


License: Free to try
Downloads: 14
Op. System: Win95, Win98, WinME, Windows2000, WinXP
Last updated: 10-20-2006
File size: 4.5 MB
Publisher: M8 Software(UK)
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Publisher description for M8 Multi Clipboard

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M8 is the only multi clipboard to feature an on board graphic clip editor. You can create your own clip art from scratch or you can start with a screen shot or digital photo and add text and clipart to it. Your graphics can then be pasted straight into Outlook or Word or you can save them as BMP, JPEG or GIF files for your web site. The M8 multi clipboard captures everything that you cut or copy from any program. It also captures all screen shots and web graphics. The last 30 clips or screen shots are shown in its clipboard area. Move the mouse over the clips and you see them in the viewer. If the clip is text, you see the first several lines and if it is a graphic, you see a thumbnail of it. To paste back a clip, you click on it. There are on board text and graphic editors so you can create your own clips within the program. It has an extensive, well organized library system. (See screen shot) Drag clips there to save them permanently. You can view up to three groups of 30 clips at any one time. There are 100 groups in the library and you can have 100 libraries (300,000 clip capacity). It has four customizable buttons to start your most used programs. It has a form filling mode. Any clip that is a web or email address can be used as a bookmark as well as a clip. Any clip that is a phone number can be used to dial and any clip that is a file or program on your PC can be used to open or run it. You can bulk paste up to 30 clips at once and there is a search facility for text clips.

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Visitor: Sandra Roberts
This is one of the best Clipboard managers out there. Three libraries with 30 clipboard spaces in each is awesome. Works well with graphics and has a powerful integrated graphics application. Short learning curve. Set quick keys and "docks" (has a button to activate) if you go to a side you pick. Many options available. Quick preview is great for picking the image you want to paste. Also can run in slimmish clipboard-only mode. A very large help documentation is available if you are stuck, along with a very good Getting Started guide.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Arthur Smith
OK, don't waste your time on anything else - I've had lots of clipboards over the years. Most of them work (sort off) but they all suffer from the same problem. Nine times out of ten, it takes longer to find the clip you want than it does to type it again! Not with this. This has an organizational system that is superb! - It's difficult to describe, but you save your clips in groups of 30. You can view 3 of these groups at a time, so you have 90 on screen. Then you can swich one group or all three, by name, by library groupings or by favourite sets. Within each group, your clips can be listed alphabetically or you can position them where you want - you can even color highlight them. I can recommend this to everyone.
General rate: Positive
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General rate: Positive